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Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 8:00pm EST
understand how to use technology. for a long time we did not know how. and then there is the importance of the principal. that is something we focus on. was ae's father principal. they spend a lot of time on the boiler or the leaky roof. there is no peers to talk to. it is a lonely, hard job. it is a difficult job. at the boston college to work with principals to help them get the best methods and tools. and then the teacher is the second most important. they are the leaders. jack welsh, that is the principle. the iacocca. welsh, what is it they have, you would go around and do a self analysis of companies and you would look for things that you could identify and know they had the potential to grow. and they had a culture. and they had a plan to grow. what do great managers do? >> there are two types. somebody who comes up with an idea, and then you have to grow it. iacocca had to turn around chrysler. even more challenging, a company like general electric, make something good better. that is really hard. all of these people are problem solvers. they have a manage people. one of the thi
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 10:00pm EST
technology and media companies that are reshaping our world. i am cory johnson. our focus is on innovation, technology, and the future of business. let's get straight to the rundown. a coding lesson from mark zuckerberg. his video is one of many for students interested in the coding
Bloomberg
Dec 4, 2013 10:00pm EST
the late edition of "bloomberg west." i am emily chang. our focus is on innovation, technology, and the future of business. there was a self driving car and then a plan to use weather balloons. it looks like amazon might use robots and the former head
PBS
Dec 10, 2013 12:00pm PST
technology environment. our industry is moving from one way of doing things to a new way of doing things. it could be modernizing the applications, moving off of a mainframe, helping a customer embrace a cloud. dell has done thousands of mainframe migrations, moving hundreds of millions of lines of code. any still on z-series mainframes, we're the folks to call to help you get off of that. >> rose: michael dell is the founder and c.e.o. of dell incorporated. the company revolutionized the production and distribution of personal computers. at the time of the i.p.o. in 1988 michael dell was 23 years old. earlier this year he announced he was taking his corporation private. it is the largest company in history to do that. the deal had its opponents, however, leading "forbes" magazine to call it the nastiest tech takeover in history. i'm pleased to have michael dell back at this table. welcome. >> thank you, charlie, great to be back. >> let's start with that. here you are at 23, you sold computers. people could order what kind of computer they wanted. you had taken a computer apart and knew wha
PBS
Dec 5, 2013 12:00am PST
beginning to understand how to use technology, too. for a long time it was there, we did not know how to use it. >> the khan academy is a great example. then's the importance of the principal. that's something phenomenon -- my wife, father's high school principal, imagine the principal spends a lot of time on the boiler or leaky roofs, these are not academics. there's no peers to talk to. who else do you speak to? it's a lonely, hard job and a difficult job. so we're working to work with principals in aspiring principals to help get the best methods and tools. they're the key people in america. and the teacher is the second most important. they have a lead. when we talk c.e.o.s of company, the jack welch's, the lee iacoccas, that's the principal. that's what they have to do. >> rose: jack welsh, lee iacocca what is it they have? you would go around and do a self-analysis of companies and you would look for things and know that they had the potential to grow a a culture to grow and they had a plan to grow. what do great managers do? >> well, there's to two types. you have fred smith who c
PBS
Dec 2, 2013 12:00pm PST
medical advice and no doubt in incredible pain. >> you know, it's technology pushed to its limits whereas with nascar they actually -- they hold it back a little bit. and so everything is about being on the limit. and the demands on the vehicle and therefore, you know, the skills of the drivers are different. but for me it was interesting because it's a story of two rivals, it's a story of achievement, it's kind of an inspiring story in a very unexpected way. >> rose: we conclude the evening with niki lauda the formula 1 world champion racer. >> there are very little friendship between racers because there's only respect or no respect. we fight each other like crazy. >> rose: ron howard and nicki lauda when we continue. stra captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: ron howard is here. he is an oscar-winning filmmaker. his new movie "rush" re@s a 1970 formula one rivalry between james hunt and his austrian opponent niki lauda. critics are calling it one of ron howard's personal best. here is the trailer for the fi
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